Energy efficiency of fuel poor houses in England 2013

This statistic depicts the number of fuel poor households in each of the various Fuel Poverty Energy Efficiency rating bands in 2013. The figures show an increase in the number of houses in band D, while the number of houses in bands E and F has reduced significantly.

Number of fuel poor households in England in 2013, by the Fuel Poverty Energy Efficiency rating

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Source

Release date

May 2015

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

Fuel poverty in England is determined according to the Low Income High Costs (LIHC) definition of fuel poverty. Under the LIHC definition of fuel poverty, a household is considered to be in fuel poverty if:
-they have above average required fuel costs; and
-should they spend that amount, the residual income of the household would be below the poverty line.
Further information on the Fuel Poverty Energy Efficiency rating methodology is available from GOV.UK.

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